Here is a Way to Get the ID of a Built-in Outlook Command Bar Menu (Norm Estabrook)

Recently, a forum poster asked us how he could add a submenu item to a built-in menu item in Outlook.  Note that these are not controls that appear on the Ribbon of an Outlook item, but rather the menus that drop down from the top of the Outlook Explorer such as the View menu and the Tools menu. So one way to do this (In fact the only way that I know of) is to use the example shown in the following MSDN topic – How to: Add Custom Menus and Menu Items to Outlook . You can’t just use the example as is

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Here is a Way to Get the ID of a Built-in Outlook Command Bar Menu (Norm Estabrook)

Download the Microsoft SQL Data Services SDK

The SQL Data Services SDK provides APIs, tools, documentation, and code samples to help you quickly get started with SQL Data Services.

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Microsoft Office Outlook Team Blog : Announcing the Release of …

The Outlook team is very pleased to announce the official release of Office 2007 Service Pack 2, the culmination of months of hard work to bring our users performance and reliability improvements which have been tested and shown to … Microsoft Office Outlook Team Blog – http://blogs.msdn.com/outlook/default.aspx

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Signing and re-signing manifests in ClickOnce (Saurabh Bhatia)

ClickOnce manifest signing can be a little confusing for someone going through the process the very first time.

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SharePoint 2007 SP 2 Has Shipped

Some great news: SharePoint 2007 Service Pack 2 shipped today. Note that SP 2 should be considered part of your process for readying yourself for SharePoint Server 2010 because there is a new ‘preupgradecheck’ operation, which has been added to stsadmn

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Slipstream Office 2007 with SP2

While Microsoft made big promises for Windows Vista slipstreaming (and then failed mightily), it really came through with Office 2007: All you need to do is extract the updates from the service pack and then copy them to the Updates folder in the Office install folder structure. (And then optionally burn it to disc, though I just keep it up on a network share.) And because Office service packs are cumulative, you only need the latest service pack

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Sample: Northwind Office Business Application

Learn how to expose line-of-business data using ADO.NET Data Services as well as interact with it in Outlook, Word, Excel and SharePoint 2007.

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Microsoft Office 2007 SP2 Is Out, Boasts Serious Performance Boosts [Updates]

Windows only: Microsoft is pushing out Service Pack 2 for Office 2007, promising significant performance improvements and support for the OpenDocument format, among other things. Photo by Sunfox . In all the update packs in hundreds of bug fixes and improvements for Microsoft’s suite of office applications, which you can see in their entirety in this Excel doc

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Triaging Mail with Categories and Search Folders

An organized mailbox is critical to getting work done, especially if most of your day involves working with Outlook. However, spending more time organizing your mailbox means there’s less time to spend on real work – thus it’s important to find a system that is both simple and efficient. In this post I will talk about one way you can triage mail using categories and Search Folders.

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Announcing MSDN Code Search Preview: Find Code Samples on MSDN

MSDN Code Search Preview to search for code samples across the MSDN Library, MSDN Code Gallery, and CodePlex. Take advantage of advanced filtering, filter by language, and more to help you find code samples.

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